Press Trust of India|Oct 17, 2021
- CBSE launches mandatory online teachers training programme
CBSE launches mandatory online teachers training programme
NEW DELHI: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has launched a programme for teachers training in collaboration with Tata Trusts. The two organisations have developed an interactive online course on "experiential learning" for the teachers and school leaders.
All teachers and school leaders associated with CBSE-affiliated schools have been asked to join this free online course "mandatorily".
Union Human Resource Development Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank making the announcement over twitter wrote: “With the objective to promote experiential learning pedagogy in schools, cbseindia29 in association with @tatatrusts has come up with an #innovative & interactive online course on ‘Experiential Learning’ via #DIKSHA meant for Teachers and School Leaders.”
CBSE has launched the programme to help teachers impart 21st-century skills among children. As per a statement released by CBSE: “As our country fights the Covid-19 pandemic, educationists world over have realized that education has to take many leaps forward for a world where children are emotionally and physically resilient to face the challenges of a different world to come. For this, we need to create opportunities for children to learn the skills and competencies for the 21st Century that correspond to both livelihood and well-being.”
This course is now available in DIKSHA, which aims to share multi-sensory pedagogic processes involved in experiential learning, sensitise Educators to implement it in their classrooms and make learning more joyful, reflective and multidisciplinary.
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